Matt Lupica began his broadcasting career as a sophomore in high school at the age of 15, when he joined CABLE 9 community television in Macedonia. At the job, he worked as a camera operator, floor producer, and a color commentator for high school basketball games for nearly 10 years. After graduating from Nordonia High School, he began his journey towards a college degree, graduating from Cuyahoga Community College and later Kent State University in 2017 with a bachelor's degree in communications.
During his time in college, he continued to work at CABLE 9 while, at the same time, freelancing for local newspapers including The Newsleader, Stow Sentry, Hudson Hub-Times and The Sagamore Voice magazine, covering city council meetings, high school sports, and writing features. In 2015, Kent State University Press published his book, "The Baseball Stadium Insider: A Dissection of All Thirty Ballparks, Legendary Players, and Memorable Moments." This detailed book on the current Major League ballparks features quotes from players, broadcasters, and managers - all of whom were interviewed by Matt, in person - including personalities within the game including Hall of Famers Ken Griffey Jr., George Brett and broadcasters such as Dick Enberg, Cleveland-favorite Tom Hamilton and "Wheel of Fortune" host, Pat Sajak.